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to deborah noon, i will talk to deborah norvilleht >> now your insta-weather forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> what a difference a day makes. the skies opened up to the north and the west of the city. we have plenty of sunshine and scattered clouds. there is a lot of cloudiness and colder air trying to cross the mountains. most of the snow is hong up in the mountains. -- hung up in the mountains. the forecast is for a mixture of sunshine in cloud for the rest of the afternoon. -- and clouds for the rest of the afternoon. let's take a look at the temperatures. we are feeling it. we were up around 70 yesterday. the northwest. 20's in western maryland. winds have been gusting in the 30's n 40's. -- and 40's. it feels like the 20's north of the city. here is the satellite image. winds are coming in from the northwest across the lake. it will be an interesting few days. we are back into a northwest below. - flow. -- flow. 42-47, but windy. falling temperatures until 2:00. 15-25 mph wind gusts. i will reiterate the advisories and warnings in the area. the most significant one is along th
-stuyvesant. the 19th century town home of deborah mcclain, where every friday night her parlor is transformed into a bygone era of late night jazz jam sessions. >> i remember when i first took over the house, i got the family together, and we played music. we danced. and we sang. and all i could feel is that my grandparents had to have been very happy. >> reporter: the elegantly restored brownstone has been part of deborah's family for six generations. after converting it to a bed and breakfast several years ago, deborah began to look for ways to entertain her guests and build community. bassist eric lemon was looking for a way to revive the days when the neighborhood was the it place for jazz. >> it had a strong developed community since the '40s. i think the hip-hop world changed the way people listen to music. and just all of a sudden started participating, you know. >> reporter: and so the idea of brownstone jazz was born. ♪ ♪ come with me >> reporter: on a good night, 50 people will fill deborah's parlor, old, young, neighbors, tourists. they pay the $20 cover for a night of music.
. what time are we meeting deborah? i don't even know that boy's name. i know so little about his life. would deborah know? maybe. last i heard of her, she was applying to med school. you remember her last name? i could get it. she wrote us an awfully nice note when danny died. if you find that boy-- or whoever was important to danny-- will you let him know i'm here? sure. you, uh, still want to go to the scene, ma'am? i do... but i'm feeling too tired now. maybe tomorrow. i'll walk you out. hey. queen village bullies and thugs, circa 1964. we extrapolated. thanks. you boys have fun tonight. we want to talk to you about the hush room, anthony. why you asking about ancient history? that's the business we're in. ralphie, finish this, huh? everyone in the place don't need to know i worked in a queer bar. yeah, okay. my uncle owned it. what can i say? i wasn't his favorite nephew. i got the booby prize job. you remember this kid, danny? yeah. i liked him. he was a baseball nut. that was the year the phillies choked on the pennant race. they were eight- and-a-half games ahead, and then they
want to go to deborah roberts right now. she's at freedom plaza by the mall. and, deborah, you're on the fashion beat today. we had the first sighting of the first lady and her daughters. tell us about the fashion. >> reporter: i have to tell you, george. it's all about the pomp and pageantry. and people are waiting for the parade and history. we want to know what the first lady is going to wear. this morning, you saw her going to church in that beautiful, blue coat and jacket by american designer thom browne. and she had to do signature j. crew. j. crew belt and j. crew shoes. and the first daughters were clad in j. crew. it's clear that the first lady is tipping her hat to american designers. yesterday, when the president was sworn in, she wore reed krakoff. and last night, she donned a michael kors frock. a lot of these are designers she's wore before. designers at the top of her list. but you want to know, what is she going to wear tonight? a short gown? a short dress or a long gown? some people are wondering if she might go a little casual since this is the second inaugura
for liza minnelli. >> oh, my goodness. >> from long beach, mississippi, please welcome deborah bishop. hi, deborah. >> hi. [cheers and applause] >> well, you do bear a striking resemblance. resemblance. do you get mistaken for her a lot? >> oh, wait, let me tell you the story. >> okay. >> i was in new orleans, and it was on halloween, and i had on an off-the-shoulder sequin dress
forced many ethnic karens to flee. deborah and her family crossed into thailand in 1984. last year the two sides agreed to a cease-fire for the first time since fighting began. despite sporadic crashes, real strides for reconciliation are gaining momentum. at this college set up by deborah's group, most students move to the united states or australia after graduation. others choose to stay in thailand to teach refugee children. but recently some students say they want to return to myanmar. >> i want to be a doctor. i will help to improve the lives of karen people. i want to open up a hospital there. >> reporter: deborah believes if myanmar continues to reform young karens will have the chance to return in the near future. she's speeding up preparations for when that day comes. the group is compiling a new textbook for elementary school first-graders. they have new programs to think about. in the camps children study karen language and history. but in myanmar the vast majority of the population is burmese. schools in myanmar have no provisions for teaching karen language. and offici
, several people were shot outside of the a home. deborah villalon is joining us. >> reporter: just minutes ago this was a birthday party which ended with five people shot. now our camera was here as those victims were taken away by paramedics. we're told their wounds are not life threatening. they are hospitalized in stable condition and being interviewed by detectives right now. all five victims are men. they were among a group of 20 or so at this birthday party off seminaries just off foothill when someone opened fire on them when they were outside the house. they braced for cover. they ran across the street and the people opened the door for them but that place was hit by bullets. police don't know if the gunman was on car or foot, or he was at the party or he crashed hit, they survived a volley of gunfire here in oakland, deborah villalon. >>> now to the bitter cold weather gripping the bay area tonight is expected to be the coldest night this winter. before the sun comes up some area locations will feel temperatures in the teens. we have live team coverage of this cold snap. mark tama
on christmas eve. >> i calm outside and the water was already rising above the sidewalk. >> deborah williams got a knock from police telling her to evacuate. she went to a friend's home and waited. >> we kept looking at tv. last flood warning. seeing all this water. i am thinking, what is going on with our house? >> the house was okay. the water came to the garage but did fault seep inside but seven homes were damaged. this home has been yellow tagged. the residents have moved out. the next door neighbors had water rush through the backyard but the house was spaced. another woman is relieved to see the sandbags going in. >> the city has been great and quick to respond. they did not wait a long-term before they came out to look. we came back the next day and they were looking to see where the damage was coming from. >> deborah williams questions whether sandbags are a match for the creek. >> i am happy they are doing it but this is a temporary fix. i want a fix and it should been fix and we pay taxes to have it fixed. >> it is a rainy season that runs not april and then we can look at the per
deborah benedict. : >> hi. deborah benedict, again with senior and disability action and i will also mention that i am a member of californians for disability rights, which is a statewide organization that does keep track of the lawsuits and actions that are going on statewide. so it might behoove the mayor's office on disability to join the californians for disability rights, because there are plenty of emails that i get blasted about that kind of information. one of the things that i wanted to share about my experience of being in managed care at this point was my managed care provider, which is lion martin health care, claimed that they were trying to improve patient experience and they cut out the ability to make appointments on a voicemail or that was connected to the company. so now you get put into a phone queue. and i don't know how many people are familiar with being endlessly in loops of phone queues, but it's extremely frustrating when you are sick or need to make an appointment. so that improvement or their efforts to try to improve the patient experience has not in my
-0 to uphold the?@ in appeal 12-112 is deborah stott and the letter of determination is request to extend expiration date. and we will start with the requester. because there are two requests, you will have six minutes to present your case. >> i just want to note for the record i did view the video of october 24th on this matter and i'm able to sit for this matter today. >> i also reviewed the video, and i'm able to determine -- to view this as well. >> can we'::l2ú turn this on. >> continue the overhead and refer to it. >> thank you. bret gladstone aside from me is david nale my client. david has had hiv and has been taking a very intense drug for 20 years which has as we've mentioned before impeded. one of the reasons that he's/%($r$ been impeded from completing the garage. the other included two appeals, one was a appeal to your boardq several years ago on whether or not he should have a graj at all, followed by a permit appeal to the planning commission on whether or not he should be able to have group housing
network. and deborah, thank you. watch deborah weekdays on inside edition. we will bhe had. [applause] >>> days from the super bowl and crews in the big easy hope the outcome is as good as a hollywood movie. a local boy scout alleges sexual abuse. [clear] >>> good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. we begin with breaking news from phoenix where police say a man shot three people in an office complex in the north central part of that city this morning. the shooting happened about two and-a-half hours ago. police say the three shot have life threatening wounds. two other people suffered less serious injuries. police are still looking for the gunman described as a white man in his 60s, and that he got into a dispute with someone at the building before he pulled a gun and began shooting. they say the shooting does not appear to be random. >>> today's congressional hearing on gun violence has been nothing short of dramatic. >> we must do something! it will be hard! but the time is now! >> former representative gabrielle giffords who survived a gunshot wound to the head made a surpris
in a crash at the intersection of nokesville road and piper line in briscoe. deborah joins us live in prince william county with more. >> reporter: it is a tragic sad story and looks like the investigation may be wrapping up behind us. they are now cleaning up the road but we want to show you a picture of that officer who passed away earlier tonight. again, very sad situation. a prince william county police officer dead tonight killed in a fiery crash here in bristow. officer chris yung on his motorcycle on his way to another crash when police say a minivan crossed in front of the 35-year-old attempting to enter the target parking lot here causing that crash which again took the officer's life and no one else of was hurt in this crash. it happened after 2:00 in the afternoon and again this street has been blocked off for quite a while. again, this is va28 right behind me and yung had worked for the department for about seven years. he was assigned to the traffic department as a motorcycle officer. again, a really sad situation and to add to that also the acting chief asking for everyone's
are here to learn more from one of the resident artists. welcome to the show, deborah. tell us how this program began 20 years ago. >> the program began 20 years ago. our founder was an environmentalist and an activist and an artist in the 1970's. she started these street sweeping campaigns in the city. she started with kids. they had an exhibition at city hall. city officials heard about her efforts and they invited her to this facility. we thought it would coincide with our efforts to get folks to recycle, it is a great educational tool. since then, we have had 95 professional artists come through. >> how has the program changed over the years? how has the program -- what can the public has an artist engage with? >> for the most part, we worked with metal and wood, what you would expect from a program like ours. over the years, we tried to include artists and all types of mediums. conceptual artists, at installation, photographers, videographers. >> that has really expanded the program out. it is becoming so dynamic right now with your vision of interesting artists in gauging her
committee. angela [speaker not understood] clerk of the board. i'm here today with deborah [speaker not understood] to present the department's fiscal year 13-14 proposed budget based upon budget instructions the committee provided at the december guideline hearing. as you know, we are on a rolling two-year budget cycle. the committee's general direction was to prepare a budget, a draft that was similar to the budget that was adopted last year with slight changes. today i'll take you through the current year's budget and the department's administrative and finance deputy deborah land iswill review 13-14 and 14-15. and finally since the goal today is to obtain your feedback * should you make significant changes or would like an additional presentation, we can return to the committee on february 13th if the committee desires. if the committee would indulge me just for a moment, specific to the new members on the board and interested members of the public, for background information we are a small department, but we have a full-time employee counted, has remained constant for many dec
>> welcome to 11 news saturday morning. i am lisa robinson. >> i am deborah weiner. we are oo going to take a look outside at the weather. >> folks headed up to the boston area providence, boston, something like that. here is where it is right now at fox borough at the airport another by. 38 degrees southwest wind breezy snow showers north of boston right now. what about tomorrow evening? it won't be as warm as sdrern. we expect a temperature range of 28 to 33 during the game with partly cloudy skies a breeze west 10-15. gusty during the day. the winds will be diminishing during the evening. still the windchills will be in the teens to near 20 or so. it is going to be a long night tomorrow night as far as the weather is concerned. we will see how the game turns out. we are looking for a good game there. we will be talking more about that coming up. >> the road to new orleans makes a stop in fox borough massachusetts. they will duke it out tomorrow night to advance to super bowl xxv xxvii, 24-hours from now the stayed yummed will -- stadium. the purple caravan road through town yeste
. cnn.com/sanjay or follow me on twitter at dr.sanjaygupta. "newsroom" starts now. >>> i'm deborah ferric in for don lemon. you are in the cnn "newsroom" with us. leaders in steubenville, ohio are speaking out today, vowing to keep the community updated on a rape case that has consumed the small ohio town. and allegations of a cover-up. the city has launched a website to provide transparency and offer a time line of evidence. two 16-year-old members of the town's high school football team are charged with sexually assaulting an underage girl at a series of back-to-back school parties. protesters rallied today in support of the alleged victim. also to protest the town's handling of the case. a live report that is coming up for us. >>> well, there's new outrage in india over a brutal gang rape and murder case. even as five suspects are set to appear before a fasttrack court in new dehli on monday, police are denying some alarming accusations from the victim's male friend who was savagely beaten in the attack. he gave a television interview about what happened to him and his companion
that you joined us tonight. i'm deborah feyerick. we want to wish all of you a very good night. >>> from forgotten tools and an operation on the wrong side. >> they messed up and did this eye and then did this eye. >> to tests that cause bald spots. >> hair loss. i had a perfect ring around my head. >> and metal deadly close to a magnet. we're counting down my list of 25 shocking medical mistakes. >> mistakes are happening every day in every hospital in the country that we're just not catching. >> it's the second or third leading cause of death in this country. and for the most part we're silent on it. >> what you can do to not become a victim. i'm elizabeth cohen. i'll show you how to become an empowered patient. with the help of world-renowned patient safety expert dr. peter pronovost, american cancer society chief medical officer dr. otis brawley. acclaimed fiction author dr. abraham verghese, and more. stay tuned. this hour could save your life. at number 25, baby security breach. the woman in this surveillance video, jennifer latham, tells her family she's expecting a baby when real
you for watching. >>> hello, everyone. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. the stories you're talking about in just a moment. but first, let's get you up to speed on some of the day's headlines. >>> aurora, colorado, the scene of a deadly movie theater massacre last summer is dealing with a new tragedy tonight. a barricaded gunman and three other people are dead after an early morning stand-off. police say the gunman opened fire on officers after hours of negotiation. >> a s.w.a.t. team was called out. they set up. hostage negotiators tried to get the suspect to come outside. we made multiple attempts. had intermittent phone calls with the suspect throughout the morning. >> officers shot and killed the gunman and found two men and a woman dead inside the home. a woman had escaped earlier and told police she had seen three lifeless bodies inside. aurora is the same denver suburb where a gunman opened fire last summer in a theater killing 12 people. >>> is lance armstrong about to come clean? a published report says the cycling great is thinking about admitting that he used p
to npr reporter deborah amos about the devastation in syria as the death toll in the two-year civil war climbs to over 60,000. >> brown: special correspondent john tulenko examines ohio's retention rule for schools-- finish third grade being able to read or be held back. >> up until third grade you're learning to read, after third grade you're
to npr reporter deborah amos about the devastation in syria as the death toll in the two-year civil w clis to over 60,000. >> brown: special correspondent john tulenko examines ohio's retention rule for schools-- finish third grade being able to read or be held back. >> up until third grade you're learning to read, after third grade you're reading to learn. but if you aren't well equipped, reading pro fish eptly at the end of third grade you will struggle throughout the rest of your school years >> woodruff: ray suarez looks at the firestorm of criticism leveled against some of the front runners for high-level jobs in a second obama adinistration. >> former senator hagel hasn't been officially nominated to become the next secretary of defense but that hasn't stopped his critics from going to war against the possible picks. >> brown: and mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> support also comes from cargie corporation of new york, a founda
in a gray suv. >>> a second jury trial is expected for deborah madden. she is wanted for deception and her first trial ended in a hung jury. they agreed she stole cocaine but did it by means of deception. >>> they rallied against guns and pushed dr. martin luther king, jr.'s message of nonviolence. [ music... ] >> they spoke out bringing the -- at a bringing the noise event. >> the guns inside of us we struggle to put down every day, let us raise every voice and speak the world a new world to be. >> reporter: they talked about the mass shooting in newtown  connecticut and they talked about their own bay areas. >>> they had a gun surrender event and was skill back in exchange for the weapons. last week the county collected 827 gun owners and the event had to run out of money. they hope to pay off those vouchers by february 15th. >>> and san mateo is hosting a gun buy back and any one can surrender weapons no questions asked and up to $200 is offered for an a all an assault weapon. >>> it does look good approaching the 880 split and we are looking at some pretty food commutes if you are ge
to assault charges. he was upset staffers would not let him use the phone. a deborah streets will be closed today as thousands of abortion opponents are gathering at the march for life. it marks the anniversary of the supreme court's decision to legalize abortion 40 years ago this week. >> the search continues for a third suspect identity fatal shooting of marcus jones. two weensteens are already in custody. officers say tension was rising on my between jones's gang and members of another gang that. >> something has to be stopped with these young kids carrying these guns. >> i am still in shock. it is a tragedy. >> two are in custody and each charged with first and second- degree murder. annapolis police have made two arrests in the shooting of 30- year-old howard durley. william chase and charles sprig have been arrested. >> a woman remains in critical condition after being rescued from her burning home yesterday. firefighters say it happened yesterday. on the first floor of her home on everest drive. a woman near 60 was found and taken to the hospital. the cause is still under investigati
, the question -- why does it matter so much? abc's deborah roberts is here with us to explain. >> reporter: michelle obama dazzled in a navy blue silk coat by a little known american, thom browne, who only learned his design was chosen when he saw it today. >> i know she had a lot of other people that she could have, you know, chosen from and to be the one that she chose is one of those amazingly humbling experiences. >> reporter: browne, best known for men's, not ladies wear, could benefit from the first lady's midas touch. >> any time mrs. obama wears one of your designs, a fashion designer ascends. it's a phenomenal, phenomenal career-maker. >> reporter: it's that $14 million boost for any designer she wears. and the steady profits she delivers to the mass market brands she mixes in with couture choices. j.crew, a first family favorite, made that sparkly belt and purple gloves she wore with that coat today. first daughter mari malia, also j.crew. sister sasha in kate spade. but the best may be yet to come tonight. will the first lady top that flowing jason woo she wore back in 2009? one
the deborah villalon. >> the event started at 7:00. stow's story moved many people but none more than the man singing here tonight. >> i have two of the greatest worlds. >> reporter: the other world baseball is calling. >> ♪ >> reporter: and tim flannery will soon head to spring training as the giant's third base coach. giant colors peppered the sold out crowd tonight. an audience here to support injured fan bryan stow. >> he loves the giants, he loves the giants so much. >> reporter: flannery called stow in the hospital before the concert. >> he knew we were playing. he knew we were playing for him and he wanted to talk about the san francisco giants. >> reporter: he's back in the hospital now with a large blood clot in his leg. >> i thought we were over the life or death hurdles. >> reporter: his sisters came from his bedside to be at tonight's benefit. thankful for the fundraiser that will help with long term care and rehabilitation. >> it's really hard to hear your parents say, what are we going to do when he comes home. >> reporter: ryan spent a week at home for christmas. the family n
and the alleged rapist put on the pell sal. but what really happened tonight? they have the very latest. deborah? >> reporter: anita the bottom line, we don't know if the girl was raped or not. if she was, then we don't know for sure if they did it or not. that's up for the court to decide, but the people all over the country and right here in our own backyard are asking tonight, what if this is your daughter? and you can hear them talking about it and about this young girl being raped as you'll hear in a few seconds. and i'll have to warn you that it might be a little tough to take. >> and that is the one that will be harder than that there. >> reporter: heartless and the video taken by the football players, they are talking about the alleged rape of the 16-year- old girl and an alcohol-fueled end of summer bash. the district guard of the seemingly unconscious girl continued with this. the lawyers confirm that the teens holding her are the football stars and the alleged ripes trent maize and malik richmond, both 16 years old. she didn't know she was allegedly raped and humiliated. rather tweets
're following tonight. deb fair sic here with the "360 bulletin." deborah? >>> the one and only suspect held in connection with the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya on september 11th has been freed by tunisian authorities. still, he remains a suspect. four americans were killed in the attack, including u.s. ambassador chris stevens. >>> a lawyer for three of the five men charged with the deadly gang rape and beating of a 23-year-old woman in india says he is telling the men to plead not guilty. since her death, there have been angry protests over the country's treatment of women and its handling of sex abuse cases. >>> in jordan a muddy mess at a camp for syrian refugees. heavy rains have pounded the camp that holds at least 45,000 displaced people. u.n. officials say the cold weather is making life miserable. >>> here at home, 2012 was the hottest year on record for the lower 48. according to noaa, the average temperature was 55.3 degrees fahrenheit, more than 3 degrees warmer than average and 1 degree above the previous record. >>> and for the first time ever we are getting a look at
deploy nato patriot missile batteries. for more on this, i'm joined by npr's deborah amos. she's crossed into syria many times during the two-year long conflict, and is covering the conflict and its casualties closely. well, deborah, we were just reporting on the rebels inching closer to the capitol dam-- damascus. has the momentum changed in favor of the anti-assad force sfs. >> it seems now that we are in a stalemate. the fighting has really not moved. at the moment the regime still control can every major city in the country. and the rebels have not been able to change that balance. i think the focus of the fighting now is around two major airbases. the regime still controls the air. the rebels control most of the rural areas in the country, and two major cities are now in dispute. but the lines really haven't moved over the last couple of months. >> suarez: the anti-u.s. tone of the rebels is interesting. it em sos like it's been intensified even as the united states talks about delivering nonlethal aid to both civilians and the fighters themselves. how do you explain that? >> i thin
is here; my girlfriend deborah low is here; i want to thank my sister and brother who are watching. thank you for my siblings to encourage healthy diet, especially exercise. i want to also say that my campaign most of you know, i had to do a little bit more work than my college did. avalos and chiu. i am proud of that hard work that i and my grassroots, people powered campaign built. it wasn't president it, never before in san francisco has anyone poured 1 million dollars to unseat a supervisor; we sent a strong message to them. the strongly independent, richmond district residents stood with me, and the grassroots powered campaign stood with me and we sent a strong message that the richmond district is not for sale. all the community allies that pounded the pavement, did the campaign work in building our great campaign and committed so much of their time to our historic victory. my campaign team was awesome. the most fun people to be around. i want to acknowledge nicole d'arcy and andrew sin, and dana rivera [sounds like] and my campaign manager, field director, i would like t
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